Seven-years ago, I left pharmaceutical mass tort practice to launch my own firm, focused on family law. My goal was to finally experience the personal, long-term connections that grow […]
A cornerstone in the Collaborative Process is interest-based negotiations.
Edward S. Sachs, FACP President The FACP 6th Annual Conference just concluded and the consensus of all who attended was it was a great conference! From the opening keynote of […]
What happens when professionals put the well being of a family ahead of “winning” a litigated battle?
Special occasions like birthdays can pose many difficulties for divorced families.
Ashley and Jacob proceeded with a Dissolution of Marriage through a pro bono Collaborative Divorce proceeding.
UPDATE 3/30/17 9:00 A.M. : The amended rule of professional responsibility was filed with the Florida Supreme Court earlier this morning. As you know, Judge Laurel Lee and I presented the […]
Five Tips for Collaborative Facilitators What can you do to up your game and become a sought after collaborative facilitator? This article provides five suggestions for aspiring and experienced collaborative […]
On Feb. 24, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, R-St. Petersburg, filed for divorce.
A joint committee of the Tampa Bay Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Next Generation Divorce, and the Hillsborough, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg Bar Association Collaborative Law Sectio, has been meeting to explore […]